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Corporate Brochure
Learn more about the history of CALMAC. 

Basic Introduction to IceBank Ice Storage Systems
A quick must-read introduction on the concept of Ice Storage; This colorful booklet illustrates how Ice Storage lowers greenhouse emissions, points out 3 ways to save money and lists commonly asked questions.

Technical Introduction to Thermal Energy Storage Brochure
For designers interested in adding Energy Storage to their buildings, this brochure explains how IceBank Energy Storage works, shows different control strategies and gives an economic analysis of rightsizing
Lessons Learned: Energy Storage A Critical Path to Sustainability
All forms of energy storage are going to be needed in our move towards a lower carbon world. But when you look at costs and science, thermal energy storage is already a viable technology to consider when designing high-performance buildings. Hard copy of Lessons Learned book available from Earth Day NY.
ASHRAE Journal: Energizing Education
This article examines Fossil Ridge high school, winner of the 2008 ASHRAE Technology award, in the Institutional Category.

ASHRAE Journal: Thermal Energy Storage Myths 
This award winning article sets the record straight on the myths and reality of thermal energy storage technology by demonstrating how TES is well-positioned to help the move towards more energy-efficient and environment-friendly air-conditioning systems.

ASHRAE Journal: Thermal Energy Storage in Sustainable Buildings 
This ASHRAE Journal feature article in the series "Building for the Future" explains how Ice Storage is an affordable tool that saves building owners money as well as saves energy and reduces emissions. It also explains why Ice Storage should be considered by designers as a more natural and cost effective method of adding "Safety Factor," and not just considered in areas where electric rates may dictate.

Environmental Building News: Buildings on Ice- Making the Case for Thermal Energy Storage

BuildingGreen July 2009 feature article discusses the benefits of TES including saving money, reducing emssisons, higher efficiency, renewable energy and LEED.

Today's Facility Manager: Green Solutions Interview

Since becoming energy manager for the Poudre School District in Fort Collins, CO in 1994, Stu Reeve has been involved in more than 100 sustainable projects to save upwards of $1.5 million. The use of thermal energy storage, in three schools thus far, is one approach used in the district’s energy conservation

Ice Storage and High Performance Buildings pamphlet

ASHRAE Journal:Title 24 and TES
Ice Storage is an air-conditioning solution that earns LEED points by exceeding Title-24 energy code requirements.  Chillers use inexpensive, plentiful night-time electricity to store energy inside IceBank tanks.  The integrated Ice Storage system reduces energy costs and conserves energy.

Plate Heat Exchange Product Brochure
IceMat® I &II  Brochure
IceMat systems offer high quality ice skating surfaces to skaters at rinks all over the world. Learn about both, permanent and portable applications in this four page brochure.

Rink Magazine: A Championship Rink in Four Days 

Environmental Design & Construction: Ice Storage Product Profile

Planning for a new system in a high performance finanical institution.

Portfolio of Current Large Scale Installations Brochure

Ice Storage Project Profile: Fossil Ridge High School
Yardmen Arena Case Study
K-12 Market Sheet Brochure

University of Arizona Case Study

The University Increases Turbine Efficiency with Ice Storage.

Ice in the Desert

Thermal Ice Storage is the latest addition to an energy-wise response to heating and cooling demands for 176 buildings on the University of Arizona's 355 acre campus.

Centralization and Thermal energy/ice storage
Supermarket  Brochure
New York City Market Sheet Brochure
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